What is water
Water is an inorganic, transparent, tasteless, odorless, and nearly colorless chemical substance, which is the main constituent of Earth's hydrosphere and the fluids of all known living organisms
War with water(Poseidon)
According to the legend of the Persian king Xerxes, who in 480-479 BC led the Persian campaign in Greece, which ended in defeat. When the battle of Salamis was being prepared, Xerxes gave the order to organize a pontoon bridge in order to quickly transfer his own military garrisons to the battle site. But the wind picked up, and the bridge was destroyed. The enraged king ordered the sea to be punished, and the Persian executioners who were with the army whipped the sea water. The sea was " punished." Gaius Caesar Augustus Germanicus, Grand Pontiff, consul four times, emperor, invested with the power of tribune four times, Father of the Fatherland is also known by his nickname Caligula (the name Caligula literally means Boot, because as a child, living among the legionaries, the future emperor wore military boots of caliga). Once the ruler declared war on the god of the seas — Poseidon, after which he ordered his soldiers to randomly throw their spears into the water.